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, the african union holds a donor conference to address the famine. steve jobs resigned as ceo of apple, prompting questions about the future of the maker of the iphone. rebel forces in libya are still facing fierce resistance from troops who apparently remained loyal to colonel muammar gaddafi. fighting is being reported in several parts of the capital despite the fact that gaddafi's command and control center has been overrun by the rebel forces. the rebels are desperate to find him. >> rebels scoured gaddafi's extensive bunker and tunnel system. that under its control centers and underground transport vehicles. be elicited strong man was not to be found. -- the elusive a strong man was not to be found. at last, a sign of life. libyan state television broadcast an audio message from muammar gaddafi. nato has resumed airstrikes on bill loyalists positions in the south of tripoli, a rocket attack has also been reported. not far away, rebels reportedly liberated hundreds of prisoners from a jail. the rebels have called on all libyans to join their armed struggle against gaddafi. at tripo
to be upheld by the german constitutional court next week. >> steve is here to tell us about a deal that is not being put through, so to speak. >> the u.s. competition council is blocking at&t + $39 billion takeover of two mobile. they have said that the combination would hurt competition and likely lead to higher prices for customers. shares of t mobil's parent company plunged on the news. this would have created a giant in mobile telephony that at&t argued would provide better service to more of the u.s. market. the justice department said there would be less pressure on the few large players left to keep prices down and improve service. at&t is pursuing efforts to rescue the merger. while european markets suffer markets for the month as a whole, shares did rally on the last day of august. the one german exception, deutsche telekom. >> the ceo has a problem, that is what a trader said. telekom shares nose dive with a drop of 8%. this is the only sure that was losing. what you do now in the u.s.? invest? one decided for a sale but that does not seem possible now. many questions rem
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